Wednesday, 23 April 2008
Considered; to be read the Third time.
The Secretary of State was asked—
What recent discussions he has had with the First Minister on the organisation of elections in Scotland.
What estimate he has made of the proportion of electricity generation capacity in Scotland that is (a) renewable, (b) fossil fuel and (c) nuclear.
What recent discussions he has had with the Driving Standards Agency on test facilities for motorcyclists in Scotland.
Whether he plans to discuss with the Chancellor of the Exchequer the remit of the Scottish constitutional commission on the fiscal powers of the Scottish Parliament.
The Prime Minister was asked—
If he will list his official engagements for Wednesday 23 April.
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. On Monday, the House heard a savage attack on Mr. Mohamed al-Fayed, made under parliamentary privilege. Can you tell me whether any redress at all exists for...
I inform the House that I have selected the amendment in the name of the Prime Minister in both of today's debates.
I have now to announce the result of the Division deferred on the question relating to immigration. The Ayes were 265, the Noes were 65, so the question was agreed to. [The Division Lists are...
Motion made, and Question put forthwith, pursuant to Standing Order No. 119(9) (European Committees),
That this House takes note of European Union Documents No. 5849/08 and Addendum 1, Draft Decision on the effort of Member States to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions to meet the Community's...
Resolved, That this House concurs with the Lords Message of 20th March, that it is expedient that a Joint Committee of Lords and Commons be appointed to consider and report on any draft...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn. —[Liz Blackman.]
That the draft Immigration (Biometric Registration) (Pilot) Regulations 2008, which were laid before this House on 11th March, be approved. The House divided: Ayes 265, Noes 65.
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